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There are several possibilities: One of your colleague's computers is infected with some sort of keylogger. One of your colleague's computers is infected with a password sniffer. One of your colleague's computers is a zombie (part of a botnet) and sends the mails directly (possibly using the hotmail cookie). Since only the hotmail account seems to be ...


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After a lot of googling, I found the correct settings. They have been tested to work on the native Android App. Incoming Settings Username: username@domain.com Password: password Port: 995 Security: Enable SSL Server: pop3.live.com Outgoing Settings Username: username@domain.com Password: password Server: smtp.live.com Port: 587 Security: Enable TLS ...


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No, you cannot. Hotmail will have to deal with it themselves. However because this is an organization and his secondary email clearly identifies the organization address, the folks at Hotmail will have no doubts about your report and the problem should be dealt with swiftly.


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Check out the outlook connector


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If it was sent through the web interface - no. The header information will only display the IP address of the server that sent it. There is nothing in the RFC that talks about interaction with web based mail clients. So, the system will just send it off to the SMTP server blindly and the SMTP server will say that the originating IP is coming from the IP of ...


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If you're willing to jump into Google with both feet, Google Calendar will let you do this. It's been a godsend for my wife and I. We both share (read-only) access to our personal calendars. We also have shared admin rights to a calendar for each of our children, the house, and local events (that we might wish to attend). We both also use Android devices, ...


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Googling for typeof(lpcurruser) revealed that it could possibly come from LastPass, a password manager. A user posted the next post on their forums (note: the link is from Google cache as you need to be registered in order to read it): If I edit a document on Facebook using Firefox 3.6.16 and using the latest LastPass plugin this is appended to the text ...


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Here is the nslookup results. To be honest, I saw groupon, and thought there is no way such a big company would not be set up right, but now I am not so sure: Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:>nslookup server 199.191.128.103 Default Server: rbru.br.rs.els-gms.att.net ...


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With any email POP3 client you can do that (Thunderbird, OutLook...). You have to configure it for your account, Here are the pop settings. Incoming Server: pop3.live.com Incoming Port: 995 SSL Encryption: yes Outgoing Server: smtp.live.com Outgoing port: 25 (use port 587 if the default port is not working) Authentication: yes TLS Or SSL: yes Source ...


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May be there is a problem with your entry which you have made recently. So I'm going to answer you from start. Create a new entry and make sure that you have give the right title name Gmail. After this enter your username and password for you Gmail account. Also you should have to enter the right URL of the login page but you can keep it blank also. ...


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As far as I am aware, this is not possible on your last part - for deleting on Hotmail and not deleting in Outlook. Basically, by default, when you connect to a Hotmail account, unless you manually specify, it will connect via a protocol similar to IMAP - all emails are synchronised, you delete from one place - it gets deleted everywhere... although it is a ...


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If you use an app like Pidgin, Trillian, Digsby (or Adium on the Mac) you will be able to use both protocols (and Yahoo and others) and it will be fairly transparent (at least to you) which you're using. If you're looking to bridge things, so that your contacts think you're reyjavikvi@hotmail.com logged into MSN, but actually you're reyjavikvi@gmail.com ...


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More info an that pop1 address http://www.robtex.com/dns/pop1.plus.mail.vip.sp2.yahoo.com.html Yes its a winlogon.exe virus No need to reinstall. Follow the order given below to properly disinfect your PC 1.) Make a boot AV disc then boot from the disc and scan the hard drive, remove any infections it finds, I prefer the Kaspersky disc myself. The New ...


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From the Thunderbird FAQ: Can I access my Yahoo!, Hotmail, Lycos (Europe), MailDotCom, Gmail, and Libero WebMail account through Thunderbird? Yes. The Webmail extension integrates web site based email accounts into Thunderbird, allowing Thunderbird to download and to send emails using the web site. Some services may require a subscription for this ...


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Thunderbird internally does mark them as read, it's just that the server ignores that. With POP3, there is no way to tell the server about local state (read/deleted/etc). It can only go in a single direction - from server to your computer. So the server can't even know. Basically, everything POP3 can do is: get number of messages; get a list of message ...


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Your organization could set up SPF (Sender Policy Framework). SPF is a system where the owner of a domain can specify which servers are entitled to send email using that domain in the From address. For instance, I used the Beveridge tester to query superuser.com, and it turns out that they have specified the Google mailhosts only to send mail as ...


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If you have Outlook, you can configure it to connect to your Hotmail account and copy all the mail. Then you would have a local copy. Here are some instructions. Many other mail clients can perform the same task.


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The easier way is to use Windows Live Mail application which works with Microsoft hotmail/live. Here is the link to download http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=36 Also you can use outlook with live connector free from Microsoft and have all emails available offline and can back them up using both the applications.


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It is possible her account is compromised, but it is also possible that it is not. The same goes for her computer. First: Spam email sent from her email address may not actually be coming from her computer, or even her email account. If spammers find a valid email address, or, even better (for them), a valid address book, they'll begin sending email ...


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Just because an email has a "From:" address of hotmail, does not mean it originated from hotmail. Spoofing a source address is trivial, and is done routinely by spammers and viruses. It is unlikely that an email containing a known virus would be able to traverse hotmail servers. The fact that the email had your From address means that it is quite likely ...


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It seems that your account has been desactivated, follow those intructions to reactivate it


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Quite safe. Outlook does not store your password in plain text, it uses Windows Network Password to save your credentials. When retrieving the email, Hotmail uses an SSL-secured connection so that's OK there too. As for your firewall and anti-virus, they're probably the weakest link, but they do go a long way to keeping it safe. The anti-virus is by far ...


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This worked for me: define IMAP accounts finish syncing them - this means not only updating the Inbox but waiting until all libraries sync and Outlook can search them (indexing) then, and only then, define ActiveSync accounts (e.g. Hotmail, Live, Outlook, etc.)


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No, not the original sender's address. You'll be able to see the MTA's in the delivery chain by viewing the SMTP headers, that's about it.


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A very popular service for syncing contact information is Plaxo. It will sync with multiple services and applications. There are some limitations based on your services and service levels. Hotmail and Yahoo for example don't allow certain functions without paying for a premium service.


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Yes it's possible. I've studied that before. I forget everything but I can give you the name and where to search. Jabber lets you do someting called : Gateways Look at that. It will let you connect to MSN.


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You can use Daniel’s HTTPMail Plug-in, which will allow you to check, read, and send email through Hotmail using Mail.app. I can't remember if Mail.app provides its own pop-up notifications, but if it doesn't, you can use Growl to show the notifications (for Mail.app and a whole bunch of other stuff).



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